🍹🎨 An elegant and juicy material-like theme for Visual Studio Code.
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Palenight Theme

An elegant and juicy material-like theme for Visual Studio Code.

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  1. Open the Extensions sidebar in VS Code. View β†’ Extensions
  2. Search for Palenight, choose "Material Palenight Theme" by whizkydee
  3. Click Install to install it
  4. Click Reload to reload your editor
  5. Navigate to File > Preferences > Color Theme > Palenight Theme or any of the variants listed
  6. Yay! You're all set πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰.

Psst! If you have the Operator Mono font installed, find Palenight Operator in the theme list. Also, check out Palenight Italic for a less operator-mono-ish experience.

There's also an Atom version of this theme created by me.


Since the launch of this theme, it's been used by great developers including the amazing Sarah Drasner, Cory House, Chris Sevilleja amongst others. It's been featured on Wes Bos' Syntax.fm podcast and Scotch.io as a recommended theme and has gotten hundreds of positive reviews.


Found something strange? Please report here. A screenshot would be great for clarification purposes. Also, you might want to check out the contributing guide.

Love this theme? Support with a few bucks for a box of unicorn donuts.


This theme is released under the MIT License.

Designed with ❀️ by Olaolu in Lagos, Nigeria. Go follow me on Twitter!